My test reports have deviated a lot since the early days of testing. Nowadays, first and foremost I provide an opinion of the software. I make sure I highlight both positives and negatives that I see in the product. Naturally, I provide a list of bugs I find, but I also provide a list of […]
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I want to perform exploratory testing, but do I really have to give up on all my documents? I went to a rapid software testing course to find out…
Development houses have a right to expect a lot from a freelance tester. Firstly, without the endless budget of some larger companies, they can ill afford time and money caused by improper scoping and testing. Secondly, they have recognised the advantage of having an independent review of the product and that in its own right […]
I wrote a blog recently “the value of a software testing process” in which I questioned the traditional benefits of software test scripts based on the re-use and repeatability theory. My approach to any rapid change software development is to make a some basic assumptions 1) The code is going to change quickly 2) The […]